Mahoning County Juvenile Court Awarded More Than $19K

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The Ohio Supreme Court has awarded the Mahoning County Juvenile Court a technology grant exceeding $19,000.

The grant, aimed at modernizing technological infrastructure, will be used for upgrades such as advanced scanners and laptops, which will “significantly augment efficiency within the clerk’s office while ensuring easier access to public records for families, court staff and the dedicated attorneys serving the court,” a news release states. 

Mahoning County Juvenile Court was one of only six juvenile courts across the state to receive a grant.

“We are thrilled to receive this technology grant from the Ohio Supreme Court,” Judge Theresa Dellick said. “These upgrades will not only enhance efficiency within our operations but also ensure that families, court staff and attorneys have seamless access to public records, furthering our commitment to transparency and accessibility.”

The new scanners and laptops are expected to streamline document management processes, improve communication capabilities and enhance accessibility to critical information, the release  states.

“This grant represents a significant investment in the modernization of our court system,” said Deputy Clerk Lisa Mastoris. “We are honored to leverage these technological advancements to improve our services and enhance the overall experience for all stakeholders involved.”

Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.